The Special Section on Travel Security aims at identifying practices that a Company must integrate in its corporate procedures to prevent any risk related to posting workers abroad and to protect its employees during international assignments.
The Travel Security Special Section aims at integrating Model 231 with a preliminary framework followed by a special analysis of work activities carried out abroad.
This analysis enables the Company to define risk factors to which an employee may be exposed, considering the territory where an assignment is supposed to be carried out.
The Special Section on Travel Security provides guidelines for management figures, particularly for Health & Safety Officer and HR manager, allowing them to define policies that would comply with the Italian legislation as regards safety and security of workers posted abroad.
The Company is obliged to ensure safety both for its employees and contractors (i.e., Freelance Professionals, Business Contractors), whether sending them abroad as independent external contractors or on the company’s behalf.
The Travel Security Special Sections imply the creation of an archive accessible to designated staff members (i.e., employees and HR) that allows keeping formal track of employees’ business travels or relocations.
Role-based sets of permissions may be granted to employees to access the archive, i.e., read-only or write access modes.